Next Stage Arts Project and Twilight Music present Quebecois duo Yann Falquet & Pascal Gemme, plus Newfoundland/New England solo balladeer Keith Murphy, for an evening of traditional songs in French and English as well as highly crafted traditional fiddle music at Next Stage on Friday, May 27 at 7:30 pm. The pairing of Yann Falquet […]
Last year Naomi Shelton and The Gospel Queens raised the roof of the Next Stage Theater, bringing the full house to its feet after the first song and keeping them dancing until the end of the show. This year the group returns May 6 to work its magic once again, and The Next Stage will be clearing out the front seats to accommodate the dancers. […]
A timely reminder from Barry Stockwell . . . Next Stage Arts Project and Twilight Music present a Celtic and Americana music twin bill featuring high energy Scottish music by Cantrip, and American folk music with traditional influences and modern inspiration by Low Lily, at Next Stage on Saturday, April 23 at 7:30 pm. Cantrip […]
Lots of great events at Next Stage this month. We began with an outstanding April 1 show from Cheryl Wheeler who was so gaga about the theater renovation that she wants to come back SOON. and we’re good with that! Then, on April 8 we had a day of recording and an evening Dance Party […]
This just in from Barry Stockwell – It’s hard to believe that it’s been 2 1/2 years since we last presented contemporary folk singer/songwriter, comedienne extraordinaire and Twilight Music favorite Cheryl Wheeler at Next Stage. Cheryl had so much fun with our peeling theater ceiling paint, makeshift stage risers, uncomfortable pews etc, I wonder how […]
This just in from Twilight Music & Barry Stockwell! We’re thrilled to bring our first Twilight Music concerts to the newly renovated Next Stage – to welcome back these fabulous musicians to our grand old building with new theater seating, sound system, HVAC system, rest rooms, elevator, box office, kitchen and more!
Originally published in The Brattleboro Reformer Thursday, February 11, 2016. By Dave Madeloni – Special to the Reformer Vocalists Samirah Evans and Evelyn Harris in Putney PUTNEY >> I suspect that I am not the only one who was mesmerized by the Oscar nominated documentary “What Happened Miss Simone.” The next day I went searching […]
The Shades Of Blue concert series kicks off 2016 with a great show on Saturday, February 13, featuring Samirah Evans and Evelyn Harris singing the works of Etta James and Nina Simone. Evans is a powerful singer who made her mark quickly in Brattleboro after she relocated from New Orleans, where she had performed regularly […]